While Kinect-powered gadgets seem to be a hot trend over the past six months, an Austin, Texas company has pushed beyond the Kinect and tapped into the human brain.
The first batch of Raspberry Pi computer units is near completion and will be available for purchase by the end of this February for just $35.
Acer, Asus, and Lenovo are planning to include Thunderbolt ports in their upcoming Ultrabooks. We explain what this means, how Thunderbolt stacks up to USB 3.0, and what it might mean for you, and Apple.
The clever double-ended iTwin USB file-sharing device is now compatible with both Mac and PC, making it even more convenient for users.
Need to share your USB printer, scanner, speakers, webcam, or storage via Wi-Fi? IOGear's 4-Port USB Sharing Station might come to your rescue.
Tired of external hard drives that stick out like a sore thumb in your minimal iMac setup? Iomega has a swank new addition to their hard drive lineup that Mac users may just love.
Apple aims to make sure all their customers are content with a physical thumb drive version for $69 available in August.
Store your digital photos on a USB drive that pays homage to photography with recycled film canisters.
Intel confirms plans to integrate USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt support into its Sandy Bridge chipset follow-up, Ivy Bridge.
Intel has announced that it will soon release developer kits for its high-speed data transfer system, Thunderbolt, which will help accelerate adoption of the technology.
Intel’s newest Thunderbolt transfer tech will allow speeds of 10 gigabits per second through a single cable.